What is considered the most learned of all societies of people throughout history?
This is a difficult question to answer, as there is no given criteria to determine the most learned of all societies and people. But it can be broken down into several things. First is contribution. The Ancient Greek, Athens inparticular, contributed much of the foundations of all western thought. Drama was revolutionized after the Greeks, some of the best philosophers were all from Classical Greek, Aristotle, Plato, Socrates, and so on. Aristotilian and Socratic Methods still persist throughout universities today. But for sheer dramatic adaptation one must look at Elizabeathen England and Shakespeare's contributions as well as Johnson, Marlowe, and others. There is also the Enlightenment Period were many of the foundations for future thought were laid out by the likes of Newton, Bacon, and Smith. There was also Thomas Hobbes and John Locke's political revoutlion in England, and the expansion thereof in Revolutionary America. There were the Ancient Babylonians who under Hamurabi created the first complete set of laws. There was the Discovery Age Europe where men like Colombus and Magellean sailed the oceans. There was also the Invention Age with men like Einstien, Edison, Tesla, Ford, and Bell. There was also the Islamic World in the Middle Ages that made revolutionary discoveries in the fields of Medicine and Math. However, the average person in todays society with our education system knows more than any of these individuals before hand, so in actuality contemporary society is the most learned. If that is an insufficient answer, the the Greeks are responsible for much of the foundation that was later used.
Michele Maylender has written: 'Storia delle accademie d'Italia' -- subject(s): Learned institutions and societies, History, organization, Societies
Throughout history as people learned more science and engineering they have learned how to live using less and less energy?
Throughout history as people learned more science and engineering they have used more and more energy. This is because of the many electronics and new technology used today.
Throughout history, Jews lived in poverty, and learned from their experiences.
Zhenyan Li has written: 'Taiwan de shu yuan' -- subject(s): Learned institutions and societies, History
F. Kinkar has written: 'Eesti haridusseltside ajaloost' -- subject(s): History, Learned institutions and societies, Learning and scholarship
A Hume has written: 'The learned societies and printing clubs of the United Kingdom' -- subject- s -: Learned institutions and societies, Book clubs
Werner Kopp has written: 'Die Stiftung Preussischer Kulturbesitz' -- subject(s): History, Learned institutions and societies, Stiftung Preussischer Kulturbesitz
The address of the American Council Of Learned Societies is: 633 3Rd Ave 8Th Floor, New York, NY 10017-6795
Why do people need to know history if you were really intrusted in it then you can learn it but otherwise whats the point no one really cares?
we need to study history because we can learn form the past. we see what worked and didn't work for many different societies and generations and can made good choices based on what we learned from our history.
G. J. Wylie has written: 'Australian scientific societies and professional associations' -- subject(s): Directories, Learned institutions and societies, Scientific societies
Samita Sinha has written: 'Pandits in a changing environment' -- subject(s): Study and teaching, Sanskritists, Sanskrit philology, Learned institutions and societies, British occupation, 1765-1947, History
It is known as Culture.
F. P. Allen has written: 'A check list of periodical literature and publications of learned societies of interest to zoologists in the University of Michigan libraries' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Periodicals, Catalogs, Learned institutions and societies, Zoology, Science
Which societies did not become established civilizations until after they learned to control flooding rivers?
Egyptian and Chinese
What societies did not become established civilizations until after they learned to control flooding rivers?
Egyptian and Chinese
Not literally, of course, but the past is always a good reference to make future decisions and ideas to base it off of things learned throughout history.
Annarita Liburdi has written: 'Per una storia del Lessico intellettuale europeo' -- subject(s): Centro per il Lessico intellettuale europeo, History, Intellectual life, Learned institutions and societies
because the people in the Neolithic age learned how to desiccate animals and learn to make food for them self's
Shaoxue Liu has written: 'Shu yuan gai zhi yu Zhongguo gao deng jiao yu jin dai hua' -- subject(s): Education, Higher, Higher Education, History, Learned institutions and societies
Social Studies is the history, geography, and all that stuff learned throughout elementary school. Social Science is the study of how people act around one another.
He learned wherever he was; in Ur, throughout his journeys, in Harran, in Canaan... he kept learning from the Lord throughout his life.
we can learned things like the pass about people ,places and things. -the culture
Marco Meriggi has written: 'Milano borghese' -- subject(s): History, Intellectual life, Associations, institutions, Learned institutions and societies 'Amministrazione e classi sociali nel Lombardo-Veneto (1814-1848)' -- subject(s): Politics and government 'Il Regno Lombardo-Veneto' -- subject(s): Social conditions, History
is driving a over learned task
You have learned that you do not remember working, and therefore cannot answer this question.
Naturally evolving throughout the millenniums, following Darwin's evolution theory. Life has been always attached to necessity of evolution every second, minute, hours, days, months and years. During each year the mankind have learned how to survive. And nowadays we are still learning. JW70
Deborah (Judges ch.4-5) chose to make herself a woman learned in Torah. Many Israelite women, throughout history were learned in Torah to some degree, but Deborah chose to be superlative in learning and piety, and God responded by conferring prophecy and victory upon her.
Hanmin Zhu has written: 'Hu Xiang xue pai shi lun' -- subject(s): Chinese Philosophy, History, Neo-Confucianism, Philosophers, Philosophy, Chinese 'Chang Jiang liu yu de shu yuan =' -- subject(s): History, Learned institutions and societies 'Yuelu shu yuan shi hua =' -- subject(s): History, Private universities and colleges, Yuelu shu yuan
history of mindoro music
the full history of account in Nigeria how it all started and various contributions from learned personels on accounting. the full history of account in Nigeria how it all started and various contributions from learned personels on accounting.
Health education throughout history had a very close relationship with the sciences. As our knowledge of the sciences improved so did our health education such as education on hygiene and diets. Exercise is also a key component of health education and was it's primary focus for centuries until we learned the value of hygiene and balanced diets.
History makes the man who hopefully makes his mark with what he has learned.
Warfare is frequent in all human societies past and present. We never have learned to play nicely together.
Yuanhui. Chen has written: 'Kangde de shi kong guan' 'Zhongguo jiao yu xue shi yi gao' 'Zhongguo gu dai de shu yuan zhi du' -- subject(s): Ancient Education, Education, History, Learned institutions and societies
Bella learned alot from being with Edward and she grew into her own personality. She made more friends and learned that its finally about her now
Cleopatra changes history because she was the only female and she learned the egytian language
No, if anything it is under learned. Many experienced drivers have bad driving habits. on the ADI Test the answer is yes it is an "over-learned task"
In history we learned about different civilizations.
Ambroise Pare was considered the greatest surgeon of the sixteenth century. Renowned as much for his compassion as his surgical skill, Pare guided his life with a humble credo of patient care: "I dressed him, God cured him." i learned that in history:)<3
i've learned that rosa parks changed history and i've also learned that no madder who u are or what u are u needed to be treated equaly
Florence Ljunggren has written: 'Annotated guide to journals dealing with the Middle East and North Africa' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Periodicals 'An international directory of institutes and societies interested in the Middle East' -- subject(s): Learned institutions and societies, Directories
Herma Bashir-Hecht has written: 'Die Fassade des Dogenpalastes in Venedig' -- subject(s): Architectural Decoration and ornament, Renaissance Decoration and ornament, Venice 'Der Mensch als Pilger' -- subject(s): History, Learned institutions and societies, Magic in art, Symbolism, Symbolism in art
Don't trust the system.
Learned and reverend divine. has written: 'A Letter vvritten by a learned and reverent divine, to William Laud, now L. Bishop of Canterbury' -- subject(s): History
Wen-ya Chuang has written: 'Handbook of cultural institutions in China' -- subject(s): Learned institutions and societies, Directories
Giovanni Lanaro has written: 'L' associazionismo culturale nel Trentino' -- subject(s): Arts, Intellectual life, Learned institutions and societies
Dorothy E. Roberts has written: 'A scholar's guide to Japan' -- subject(s): Learned institutions and societies, Guidebooks, Universities and colleges
What is the difference between an inherited trait and a learned behavior and what are to examples of each?
Innate traits are those that you are born with, while learned behaviors are which you learn throughout your life span. Example of innate traits, breathing, and swallowing. Learned Behaviors could include walking, and talking.
Well, the wars that were created in the World War II was the Holocaust, when the Soviet Union tried to spread communism throughout the entire world, the Vietnam War and the Korean War. I just learned this is History class :] so likee..hope it helpss.?? :DD
Rivers are portrayed in "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" as a stable, constant foundation in the history of time. Throughout the events of mankind, and even before man's existence, rivers have trickled downstream. They are always present and always watching. The Negro soul is compared to these rivers, because so much has been learned and experienced throughout the world over the course of centuries.